80 years since the first sinking of a Japanese submarine by a Royal Australian Navy warship during World War II, a new virtual reality experience developed […]
A long held fascination with the Japanese Red Cross has led to an unparalleled research opportunity for a leading Australian scholar to bring a western perspective […]
From as far as Niigata in Japan and Seoul in South Korea, it took a chance meeting at Flinders University to bring together newlyweds Hiromi Tagawa and Jong Yeon Choi.
Australia and Japan’s national news reports on whaling are often biased, emotive and misleading, Flinders University PhD candidate Tets Kimura says.
Territorial tensions in the high seas should be diffused by civilian coastguards rather than armed navy officers.
The leadership change in Pyongyang will likely increase tensions on the Korean peninsula in 2012, according to Professor Malcolm Cook.
Flinders University students will be the first in Australia to have the opportunity to undertake research at one of the world’s leading nanotechnology institutions under agreements signed with the National Institute of Materials Science in Japan.
Flinders University staff and exchange students will take 1000 origami cranes to Hiroshima this week when it participates in the Peace Memorial Ceremony to remember the […]
Monsters – and drama students – from two cultures have teamed up to present a new play that will have its world premiere at Okinawa’s annual […]